QIAT for Leadership: Improving Your AT System


April 27, 2016, Online


Change is constant and with change comes the need to reassess the delivery of your AT services whether your AT services are well established or developing. Changes in today’s educational environment including new technologies and new delivery systems for content, increased emphasis on education with non-disabled peers, and a focus on state standards require that educators reexamine their AT services and the ways those services are provided. The QIAT indicators will be used to assist agencies as implications for K-12 AT services are addressed and new service designs are created while maintaining high quality and effective AT services. We will explore innovative ideas developed by teams as they reexamined and redesigned their AT services to meet the changing demands of AT in education. Participants will receive a special webinar discount to purchase the new book, Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology: A Comprehensive Guide to AT Services.


Gayl Bowser, M.S. Ed.

Susan McCloskey, MS, CCC-SLP

Kathy Lalk, AT Specialist

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to identify at least three opportunities and three barriers that indicate a need for re-evaluation of their AT services..
  2. Participants will be able to make a plan for using the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology as a strategy for program review and re-evaluation of their AT services..
  3. Participants will be able to describe at least two new AT service design strategies that they can use to respond to changes in their districts.


This activity is offered for up to 0.2 CEUs (1.5 hours of instruction). To register for CEUs:
  1. Download, and complete the following forms.
  2. Save the files names: 160427_ATIA_Webinar_Lastname-Firstname.xls
  3. Send both files to ceus@aacinstitute.org
  4. CEU certificate will be sent after submitting the two forms

Note: If any difficulty is encountered in using this form, write to ceus@aacinstitute.org to request an alternative file format.